* Platinum, palladium fell about 10 percent after quake * Platinum group metals price outlook firm * Component makers in other countries ramp up output By Chikako Mogi and Rujun Shen SINGAPORE/TOKYO, March 25 (Reuters) - Japan's earthquake has opened a brief window of opportunity for consumers and investors to stock up on platinum and palladium after demand from automakers crashed in the wake of the catastrophe, slicing as much as 10 percent off prices. The market has already ...
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